I’ve been looking into React recently, and searching out resources related to accessibility with the tech. So far https://simplyaccessible.com/article/react-a11y/ is a good read, along with https://blog.usejournal.com/getting-started-with-web-accessibility-in-react-9e591fdb0d52. React’s own docs also here: https://reactjs.org/docs/accessibility.html.
Luis Perez has a detailed breakdown on the accessibility features coming with iOS 7. Good stuff Apple.
Good article from a few years ago on iOS accessibility.
Nice accessibility tips checklist over on gamebase.info, although some awesome gamers such as Broly manage to get past lack of accessibility provision in games such as Super Street Fighter IV.
Google have expanded their Flash indexing capabilities by allowing for the indexing of external assets. A lot of Flash applications read in some sort of XML config file, which in turn often loads in additional assets such as images, mp3s, etc. This is a big deal in getting Flash properly indexable, so kudos to Google.
Looks like a heap of useful new features have been added to SWFObject. Spotted thanks to an email from Swingpants.
Really interesting blog post on how the mobile version of Flickr was constructed. I haven’t had the opportunity to try the mobile version of the site out on a mobile browser aside from iPhone Safari, but it works really well on that browser. You can tell the focus on optimising everything has paid off when it comes down to user experience, and I love the visual feedback that every click provides (so the user isn’t left twiddling his/her thumbs wondering if a click has registered).